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CARROLL SLOAN , ALEDO - Carroll (Cw\y) Sloan, 60, of Aurora, formerly of , Aledo, died Thursday night at Aurora Manor. He was born Oct. 13, 1912, at Kirksville, Mo., and was edu cated there. He was a retired firemen for the former Aledo Heating Plant, a veteran of World War II and a former member of Mercer County VFW Post 1571. Surviving are three sons, Jack of-Bowling Park, James of Aurora and Frank of Big Rock; two daughters, Mrs: Roger Cook, Aledo, and Mrs. Charges Bedford, Alpha; a sister, Mrs. Margaret Clark, Aurora, and 14 grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the Reiser Chapel, Aledo, With Rev. Claude Moreland officiating. Burial will be in Aledo Cemetery. Friends may call Saturday from 7-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Military graveside rites will be conducted by VFW Post 1571. lege and Gem City Business Col- U.S. SoWiefs and AJfmens lege, Quincy, and was a member Home, was today at 10 a.m. at JOSEPH C WITHERSPOON TOPEKA, Kan. — Joseph C. Witherspoon, 27, of Topeka, djed here Wednesday ait 9 p.m. at Storemont-Vail Hospital. He was born June 29, 1946, at Cass Lake, Minn., and was a member of First United Presbyterian Church. , Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Witherspoon, and a brother, John, all of Topeka, and relatives in the Galesburg area. Graveside services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Mount Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson. Memorials may be made to the First United Presbyterian Church at Topeka, the family said. of Eureka Christian Church. Surviving are his widow; four brothers, Garr of LaFayette, Sherman of Steilacoom, Wash., Corlis of Toulon and John of Charlotte Harbor, Fla., and four sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Potter, Denver, Colo., Mrs. Ada Rhudie, Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs. Goldie Osterberg and Mrs. Kenneth Mary Holt, both of Riverside. Funeral wi\l be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Kidd Funeral Home, Toulon. Burial will be in Evergreen Memory Gardens, Kewanee. There will be no visita : tion. St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with Rev. Daniel McCaul, pastor, officiating. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. PaMbearers were Mark Stiles, Ridhard Stiles, John Wea'ihers, James Peters, Frank Lowman and John Slides. Military rites were conducted toy Ralph M. Noftle American ;ion Post 285. JESSE D. KIRBY BUSHNELIWesse T>. Kirby, 75, of Bushnell, died Thursday at 11:45 p.m. at McDonough District Hospital, Macomb. He was born April 14,1898, in Swan Township, Warren County, and was educated in Roseville schools. He worked as a guard at the Iowa Army Ammunition Ordnance Plant, Burlington, and | was a past employe of the Monmouth Pottery. He was a former member of the Roseville ICOF Lodge. Surviving are a son, Rex, and a daughter, Mrs. Robert Agnew, both of Burlington; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 1 p.m. ait the Gorman Memorial Home, Roseville. Burial will be in Roseville Cemetery. Friends' may call at the funeral home Saturday and Sunday until the service. MRS. GARNET COLCLASER Funeral for Mrs. Garnet Col- daser, 68, of 936 W. Main St., who died Monday, was Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Hendricks Funeral Home, Oneida, with Dr. Joseph Hoffman, minister emeritus of First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Oneida Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jack Hflgren, Donald Lawson, Keith Foster, Jack Foster, Richard Foster and Fred Foster. JAMES INGELS LaFAYETTE — James Ingels, 89, of LaFayette died Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at Leisure Hills Health Center, Kewanee. He was born May 23, 1884 in LaFayette and married Sadie Porter in 1918 at Rock Island. He operated the LaFayette Home Nursery for 22 years. He was graduated from Eureka CoV Wh»t «v «r tht L Occ«iion WILL "SAY JT BEST" ANDERSON florists US N. BROAD 34MU1 GORMAN MEMORIAL HOME , Roseville • Avon London Mills Jesse D. Kirby Age 76 . Bushnell, III. Services: 1:00 P.M.-SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Burial in Roseville Cemetery. Lloyd Rankin Age 82 1245 E. South St., Galesburg Services:" 3 P.M. - SUNDAY CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. Visitation Saturday evening 7:30 to 9 P.M. Burial in Biggsville Cemetery. Mrs, Pearl Schisler Roseville, 111, Funeral Arrangements Pending at CORMAN MEMORIAL HOME, ROSEVILLE. MRS. PEARL SCHISLER ROSEVILLE - Mrs. Pearl Schisler, Roseville, died today at 11 a.m. Services are pending ot Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. BLANCHE JOHNSON ONEIDA—Funeral lor Blanche Johnson, of 521 E. North St., who died last Saturday at Cottage Hospital, was Tuesday, at 2 p.m. at the Hendricks Funeral Home, with Rev. Raymond Bassett pflficiaiting. Burial was at Henderson Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Hendricks, Ray Gilmore, Sam D. Metcalf, Joe Hagerty, F. Leonard Johnson and Jack Johnson. MRS. RUBY J. GIBBS KNOXVILLE - Mrs. Ruby J. Gibbs, 86, of Knoxville died Friday at 3 a.m. at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. The former Ruby Buckbee was born March 18, 1887, in Red Cloud, Neb., and married Frank Gibbs on June 30,1909, at La Porte, Ind. Surviving are nieces. Funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be at Westfall Cemetery, Knoxville. Visitation will be Sunday any time after noon. RALPH W. CRATTY Funeral Mass for Ralph W, Cfatty, 75, of Washington, D.C., who- died las> Sunday at the Mausoleums and Monuments McFAll MONUMENTS 1801 W. Main St Galesburg, III. Phone 342-M12 B> »uiHO»ini D l A L t R MARTIN FUNERAL HOME KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS Ruby J. Gibbs Knoxville Funeral Services: 2 P.M. —SUNDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE. ' Where friends may call Sunday afternoon. Interment in the Westfall Cemetery, William Floyd Irown Sr. ' 835 Wisconsin Ave,, Galesburg Funeral Services: 1:30 P.M. — MONDAY MARTIN FUNERAL HOME, KNOXVILLE, Where friends may call Sunday evening. Interment in the East Linwood Cemetery, Galesburg. . WILLIAM F. BROWN William Floyd Brown, 63, of 835 Wisconsin Ave., died Thursday at 11:15 a.m. at Cottage Hospital. He was born Feb. 19, 1905, at Elmer, Mo., and married Opal Webb on Sept. 13, 1930, at Laclede, Mo. He was a self-employed tree surgeon and a member of the First Church of the OpenUible. Surviving are his widow; a son, William Floyd Jr. of near Abingdon; a daughter, Mrs. James (Darlene) Sportsman, Galesburg; a brother, Edgar Lee of Galesburg; a sister, Mrs. Merile Dannatt, Chlllicothe, Mo., and seven grandchildren. Funeral will be Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Martin Funeral Home, Knoxville. Burial will be at East Linwood Cemetery, Visitation will be Sunday evening at the funeral home. HOSPITAT NOTES (faltsbuffl,A *9 ?lttr > MQjJ l _,6Ql6sbuffl,. Friday, July 13, 1973' '15 St. Mary's ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Mrs. Mildred Duden, 980 W. Losey St, Donald Doubet, Williamsfield Mrs. Elda t. Hughbahks, Abingdon Miss Kelly Quirin, Abingdon Jess C. Quinn, Abingdon ToddVilardo, Knoxville Route 1 Mrs. Lilly Lindahl, m N. Broad St. DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Kevin J. Smith, Abingdon Mrs. Philipina Shragal, Galesburg Route 4 Mrs. Debbie D. Terwilliger, 1464 Russell Ave. Mrs. Mary J. Cooper, 1572 Moshier Ave. Mrs. Harriet Dixon, 1377 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Nancy L, West, Abingdon James M. Foster, 1091 E. North St. Richard E. Bowman, Williamsfield Mrs. Elma B. Puckett, 850 Parkview Rd. Donald W. Eudaley, Berwick Ford B. Perry, Abingdon Mrs. Janet K. Davis, 486 E. Third St. Charles L. Roelle, 1191 Lane Ave. Clifford L. Larson, 534 Maple Ave. Mrs. Anna M. Carlson, 658 Bateman St. Raymond L. Denisar, Abingdon Mrs. Deborah Machin, Williamsfield •Hinchliff- •pearson,. FUNERAL PIRECTORS 1070 WEST FREMONT STRICT PHONE 343-2191 GALES6UR9 MRS. LILLIAN M. LARSON - 1068 E. Brooks St. Services 1:30 P.M. Saturday at the Grace Episcopal Church. Friends may call this evening at HinchUfl- Pearson-West Chapel. Burial at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens. MR. JOSEPH C. WITHERSPOON - Topeka, Kansas. Graveside services 2 P.M. Sunday at the Mt. Vernon Cemetery, North Henderson, 111. Memorials may be made to the First Presbyterian Church, Topeka, Kan. MELVIN B. BUCHHOLZ FARMINGTON ,- Melvin B. Buchholz, 53, of Farmington, died Friday at 12:50 a.m. at Graham Hospital, Canton. He was born Sept. 14, 1919, in Effingham County, and married Theta Michael on April 20, 1938, at Hillsboro, Mo. He was a truck driver for the Lightening Supply Co., and was a member of the Mason First Christian Church. He was also a World War II veteran and a member of the Farmington American Legion Post; Surviving are his widow; his mother, Mrs. Ruth Buchholz, Effingham; a daughter, Mrs. Sharon Keller, Centralia; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Philena Steele, Edgewood, Mrs. Saxon Warner, Mason, Mrs. Coral Ruffner, Decatur, and Mrs Zella Lee Pruden, Salem; a brother, Leroy, Horse's Head, N. Y,; three sisters, Mrs. Alberta Partlow, Neoga. and Mrs, Ilene Sicano and Mrs. Lome Phillips, both of Watson, 16 grandchildren and 24 great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Mondav at 2 D.m. at the Burk Funeral Home, Mason. Burial will be in Mason Cemeterv. Visitation will be Saturday 69 p.m. at the Anderson Funeral Home, Farmington, and Sunday from 4-9 p.m. at the Burk Funeral Home. There will be military rites. Cottasre ADMISSIONS THURSDAY: Mrs. Hazel B. Hegwood, Wyoming Emery J. NorveU, Galva Floyd W. Brown Sr., 835 Wisconsin Ave. Births Born at Cottage Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Booth, Galesburg, a boy today at 6:45 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Howard, Avon, a boy today at 10:22 a.m. Born at St. Mary's Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lamer of near Laura, a boy Thursday at 1:17 p.m. ALEXIS — Mr. and Mrs. John K. Elder, Alexis, are the parents of a son born Tuesday at 2 a.ni .at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. The baby is their seventh child. " Kennedy Aide Condition Fair CLEVELAND (UPI) Kenneth P. O'Donnell, a presi dential aide in the Kennedy administration, was listed in fair condition at St. Vincent Charity Hospital today with an unspecified illness. A spokesman for the hpspita said the" doctor in charge of O'Donnell's case was running tests and would not comment on the nature of his patient's illness. O'Donnell, 48, who served as appointments secretary, for Kennedy, came here Thursday for a cocktail party in his honor. Bruce R. Titus, 1590 McKnight St. George A. Gregg Jr., East Galesburg Mrs. Kathryn L. Robertson, 190 N. Henderson St. Richard Lee Winkler, 1690 Beecher Ave. Robert L. Basham, 797 E. Knox St. Jerry D. Whitman, Oneida Mrs. Margaret A. Hannam, 1171 Willard St. John R. Loveridge, Rio Mrs. Martha E. Wicks, Monmouth Carl L. Taylor, 1355 S. Kellogg St. Mrs. Susan L. Adams, Viola Mrs. Loretta M. Winkler, 1690 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Ruth A. Hendrickson, A\tona Burlcy Foutch, 1143 E. Grove St. Mrs. Sigrid I. Howard, Avon Keisha R. Harris, 578 E. North St. Mrs. Helen M. Lundcen, 500 Greenleaf St. Mrs. Linda M. Parkins, Berwick Jeffry L. Grimes, Abingdon Robert M. McVey, Farmington Mrs. Connie L. McVey, Farmington DISMISSALS THURSDAY: Douglas J. Baker, London Mills Angel L. Jacobs, 1328 E. Losey St. Jeffery W. Longshore, Alpha Mrs. Fa ire I. Bevard, 59 Aliens Ave. Mrs. Phyllis L. Fan-is, 951 Arnold St. Mrs. Fay A. Gagg, 2060 Baird Ave. Kathleen A. Hahn, 1067 Lincoln St. Frank W. Wertz, Aledo William J. Alumbaugh, Monmouth Circuit Court Four persons were fined Thursday in Knox County Circuit Court for disorderly conduct. Jean M. Poynor, Abingdon, was fined $50 for disturbing the peace. Michael B. Long, 17, 228 Linneus Ave., paid $25. Clell LeRoy Stufflebeam, no age or address available, was fined $15. Samuel H. Johnson, 53, Indianapolis, Ind., was fined $10. Clarice R. Curtis, 19, 368 W. Tompkins St., paid $25 for not having a dog vaccinated against rabies. James R. McKinty, 22, 556 S. West St., paid $25 for disobeying a lifeguard. A 16-year old Galesburg youth was fined $10 for illegal possession of fire works. He is surviyed by his widow; two sons, Joe of Avon and Bar- ius of Smithshire; three daughters, Mrs. Ella Oliver, Stronghurst, and Mrs. Maxine Law rence and Mrs. Geraldine Robertson, both of Galesburg, 10 grandchildren and eight great­ grandchildren. Funeral will be Sunday at 3 p.m. at Corman Memorial Home, Roseville. Burial will be in Biggsville Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home Saturday from 7-9 p.m. Memorials may be made to Raritan Reformed Church, the family said. LLOYD RANKIN Lloyd Rankin, 82, of 1245 E. South St., died today at 5:15 a.m. at Cottage Hospital. He was born June 22, 1891, in Media, and married Bessie Adair, on Dec, 19, JflU, in Galesburg. %f FINEST IN "V y° FLORAL y $ TRIBUTES % I Don's J ft.Hoivtr Shop a O ; 56 FIJI/TON O ANDREW RUBIS Andrew Rubis, about 77, of 161 Division St., died today at 10:55 a.m. shortly after he was brought to St. Mary's Hospital's emergency room. Services are pending at the Foley Mortuary. MRS. LILUAN"MT LARSON Mrs. Lillian M. Larson, 85, of 1068 E. Brooks St., died Thursday at 8:25 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital. The former Lilliam M. Youngren was born Dee. 30, 1887, in Galesburg, and married Ernest V. Larson on March 12, 1913. She was a member of Grace Episcopal Church and the church's St. Martha's Guild. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Melvin (Vivian) Bronson, Galesburg, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church. Burial will be at Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call this evening at Hinchliff-Pearson-West Chapel. Fire Calls Galesburg firefighters were called Thursday to 161 N. Farnham St. where the resident, Mike Welch, reported a possible fire. Firefighters from the Central and Brooks Street station responded. Officials blamed an overheated fan. There was no loss. Maple Avenue firefighters were called to mop up spilled gasoline Thursday at 4:02 p.m. at the Losey Street underpass near Lincoln Street. The spilled gasoline resulted from an accident. There was no fire. Huge Insect The largest prehistoric insect ever found was a dragonfly with a 2-foot wingspread. Today, the largest dragonfly has a wingspread slightly over 7 inches. Traffic Court Mike E. Curry, 18, 141 Maple Ave., was fined $100 Thursday in Traffic Division of Knox County Circuit Court for excessive acceleration. A $20 speeding fine was paid Thursday by Melvin R. Purdy, 48, Silvis. Fined $11 for speeding were Danny R. Frinstahl, 17, Oneida; Linda R. Pferschy, 20, 1434 N. West St.; Joyce E. Crouch, 26, Knoxville, and Dwight C. Fackler, 28, Champaign. Fined $20 for speeding were Sharon A. Patterson, 28, Monmouth. Others fined for speeding were Thomas C. Caudell, 35, Omaha, Neb., $12, and Crawford W. Stallion, 37, East Pc- ria, $15. Speeding citations resulted in $10 fines for Carol S. Sampson, 17, 161 N. Arthur Ave.; E. Darleroe Schoonover, 28, London Mills; Richard L. Clark, 27, Wataga; Kirk E. Sweetlatid, 23, Peoria, and John W. Trout, 19, of near Galesburg. Fined $10 for traffic signal violations were Kenneth E. Bushnell, 16, 997 Beecher Ave.; Gailard K. McKinney, 18, 863 S. Academy St.; Karen E Flynn, 28, Plymouth'; Theodore W. Redfern, 19, 1051, Mulberry St.; Charles L. Brown, 22, 675 N. Broad St.; Edward C. Stafford, 50, 334 W. North St.,, and William Galloway, 32, 355 Olive St. Thomas L. Hary, 22, 1258 Morton Ave., paid $25 for a lane violation. David I. Wainer, 69, 61 S: Pleasant Ave., and Harry C. Paulson, 78, 934 Chamberlain St., were each fined $10 for failing to yield the right of way. Others fined $10 Thursday were David M. Charlton, 30, Peoria, muffler violation, and Tom E. Anderson, 21, of near Galesburg, driving too fast for conditions. Fined $5 for wheel tax sticker violations were Ralph E. Hensley, 19, 380 S. Seminary St.; Stephan G. Wilson, 23, 1450 Rock Island Ave., and Michael E. Holland, 18, 201 Circle Dr. 1 raffic Accidents Loretta M. Winkler, 37, 1690 Beecher Ave., and her son, 8- year-old Richard Winkler, were both in good condition today in Cottage Hospital after they were hurt Thursday shortly before 4 p.m. when their car went out of control on East Losey Street, left the pavement and crashed into the Lincoln Street viaduct. Mrs. Winkler told authorities an insect landed on her son who panicked and grabbed the steering wheel of the car. She was not charged. April Kubitz, 9, 159 Dayton St., was treated and released at Cottage Hospital after she was slightly injured Thursday in u mishap near the corner of Main and Fulton streets. Police said the girl was a passenger in a car driven by Donald W. Aschcr, 53., 8G6 E. South St., which was hit by an auto operated by 11. Steven Harris, 23, Knoxville. The mishap occurred at 7:11 p.m. Ascher apparently turned in front of the other vehicle. He was cited for a turning violation. Donald L. White, 30, Mobile City Trailer Court, was treated and released from Cottage Hos oital Thursday after he lost control of his motorcycle which overturned in the 2500 block of Grand Avenue. He was charged with violating his license classi- fiaction. Ronald E. Johnson, 19, of near Galesburg,'was treated and released at St. Mary's Hospital after the motorcycle he was riding struck a car Thursday at 12:53 p.m. near the corner of Main and Lincoln streets. The driver of the car, Janice Luttrell, 43, 671 Jefferson St., reportedly turned into the path of he motorcyclist. She was cited for failing to yield the right of wav. The corner of Grand and Pennsylvania avenues was the scene of a collision Thursday at 3:56 p.m. when a car driven by Linda M. Grafton, 20, 39 S. Chambers St,, struck the back of one operated by James W. Hanna, 1190 Maple Ave. There were no injuries. Linda Grafton was cited for failing to reduce sp«nd to avoid an accident. MONMOUTH - A Roseville woman and her two daughters Japanese Willing to Pay High Price for Good Food By ORVAL JAOKSON TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - The Japanese are so fond of grapefruit, which they don't produce, that they pay up to $1.60 apiece for it. And that's a ot of yen in the bank for Seald- Sweet Growers, Inc., a Tampa co-operative which ships about 50 per cent of all fresh citrus moving from Florida into domestic and foreign markets- Business Today There are two big problems, high tariffs and high shipping costs, according to Howard Baron, vice president and head of Seald-Sweet's international division. "There is a 40 per cent duty (in Japan) on our grapefruit and that certainly is a h a n d i c a p," Baron said. 'Florida also is at a disadvantage because we must use oreign flag vessels for shipping to European markets. Freight rates from the United States to Europe are much higher than those from the Mediterranean countries to Europe." Many citrus producing countries use their own flagships, Baron noted. Since many of those lines are government- owned it amounts to subsidized shipping. High Duty Paid Seald-Sweet exports 75 per cent of the fresh citrus shipped from Florida to Europe, the British Isles, Bermuda, Curacao, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan. Among the most productive export market is Japan, where grapefruit exports have grown rapidly in recent years. "In spite of the penalty of the 40 per cent duty, the Japanese consumer likes the sweetness and juiciness of Florida grapefruit and prefers it to grapefruit of any other origin," Baron said. Florida grapefruit, he said, is the only one with such a high tariff because of the time in which it is shipped. Tariffs on Ipter grapefruit from other areas run about 20 per cent. The Japanese have shown a liking for grapefruit as a dessert or a snack. "The average price varies from 100 yen, or about 40 cents, to about 200 yen, per fruit," Baron said. "In some cases, in some shops, it is as high as 400 yen. "The Japanese are prepared to pay high prices for good fruit," he said. "But it is important that our fruit be in good condition." Seald-Sweet Growers, Inc., maintains the - only full-time export division in the Florida fresh citrus fruit industry. It also handles exports of chilled, canned and frozen juices under the Seald-Sweet brand label. It was formed in 1909 as the Florida Citrus Exchange with less than a dozen members. It changed to its current name in 1969 and has more than 40 members. It maintains branch offices in New York, Boston, Detroit, Philadelphia, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. were injured in a 1-car accident Thursday at 12:30 p.m. on U.S. 67 about two miles nqrtli of Monmouth. Mrs. Filone C/>Wilson, 28, Roseville, and*"her daughters, Tina, 7, and Rhonda, !), were treated at Community Memorial Hospital and'•released. Mrs. Wilson was .driving north on U.S. 67. She told police she passed an unidentified,auto and drove in behind a pickup that was moving so slowly'she had to swerve off the roa$ to avoid striking it. The car struck a concrete culvert. Five members of a Farmington family and an Avon "man were injured in a 2-car afc'cidcnt Thursday at 8:50 p.m.; on" III. 116 at the Greenbush blacktop intersection. Taken to Galesburg Cottage Hospital for treatment "Were Robert M. McVey, 40, Farming- on, and his wife, Connie.: Til). Three of the McVey children, Karen, 13, Dcbra, 11, andnBar- bara, age unknown, an,d.,driver of the second car, rtandall G. Saul, 22, Avon, received minor injuries and were'report ed to have said they wouU^'seek treatment later from their family physicians. Saul reportedly drove his car from the Qreen- bush blacktop into the path of the McVey auto, which was eastbound on 111. 116. Damage 1 to both cars was major and the accident is still under investigation. Two passengers in a "car driven by Mrs. DarleneJ^her- wood, 45, 521 E. Secona Ave , were injured in a 2-car accident Thursday'at 6:56 p.m. •Anna Eberhard, 19, arid'Lor rie Eberhard, 6 months, 'both of 521 E. Second'Ave, wcre'faken to Community McmoriaT'Hos- pital for treatment. Mrs 1 .'Sherwood was driving her cap-west on Third Avenue, when it.collid­ ed with a northbound ;car on Eighth Street, driven by--Chun J..James, 38, 519 S. Eighth St. Mrs. Sherwood was charged with failure to yield right of way. Arrests •• Rodney Lee Smith, 20, '625 W. Losey St., was charged - today with battery after he was^taken into custody by Galesburg police. Smith was arrested'after an alleged incident Thursday that reportedly stemmed, from a family quarrel. He was taken into custody as he drov,o to work, police said. » ; »' Samuel H. Johnson, 53 t was arrested this morning A 10:13 a.m. for public intoxication after he reportedly staggered in front of a police squad car near the corner of Seminary ..and Main streets. Wesley S. Parker, 18, 4J3 pay St., was arrested today shortly after 6 a.m. by Galesburg police on a complaint for aggravated battery. Parker was charged with beating and kicking a young Galesburg woman Friday. Samue', Doggan, 34, 67Q,S."Kel- logg St., was arrested, Friday shortly after 5 p.m. for public intoxication after he reportedly climbed into a police squad'car which was waiting for a.light to change near the corner of" Cherry and Simmons streets. Doggan reportedly told the officer to "take me home." The/officer took him to jail instead:' > Jack Kane, 57, 358 W.-Tompkins St., was booked today about 6:20 a.m. for public intoxication after police had earlier told him to go home and sleep it 'off.' - Marriage Licenses KNOX COUNTY' — Sue Ann Wong, 1001 E. Main St., and John W. Tribbey, Buena Vista, Colo.

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